I wouldn’t normally say local police waste our money on grossly incompetent staff or services. It’s not like they ever had sex on duty or threw people outside the city in lethally cold weather. But this plane they’ve been joyriding since 2005 is a ridiculous money pit.
When police services in Canada conducted their annual public crackdown on drunk drivers over the recent holidays, many social media users shared checkstop locations and blew police cover. Ontario’s Reduce Impaired Driving Everywhere, or RIDE, program was regularly sabotaged. Many Twitter users announced checkstop locations throughout late December using the hashtags #RIDE and #checkstop, which triggered
Hamza Alsharief, a 23-year-old University of Saskatchewan student, has been missing for a week and police are seeking information about his whereabouts.
A new sexual assault prevention campaign is underway in Saskatoon, telling young men “Don’t be that guy.” Saskatoon is the fifth city in Canada to promote the campaign that targets 19- to 25-year old males with bathroom posters in bars around town. The main drive is to tell men "to not take advantage of women when